Tag: kube tips

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kubernetes, kube tips

Kubernetes tips - part 3

This post is about supported Kubernetes API versions on your cluster and services port forwarding to your localhost which can be really useful when troubleshooting or testing apps running on Kubernetes. Check other Kubernetes tips articles on my blog by using this tag kube-tips. Kubernetes API versions If you are familiar with Kubernetes resources config files you already saw the apiVersion field at the beginning of each file. It can be confusing, because you will see a lot of different versions there like v1 or apps/v1beta1, etc. Things are moving really fast in the Kubernetes world and even if ...

kubernetes, kube tips

Kubernetes tips - part 2

This post is about writing Kubernetes configuration files with syntax checking and how to run a private Docker images on Kubernetes. Check other Kubernetes tips articles on my blog by using this tag kube-tips. Writing Kubernetes configuration files Kubernetes configuration files are pretty complex to write and mostly you will just copy/paste some existing resource and try to manage it to work for a new one. This approach is fine unless you need to add some new configuration options in the mix. I use Sublime Text text editor for almost everything, but I wasn't able to find a good ...

kubernetes, kube tips

Kubernetes tips - part 1

Working with Kubernetes can be hard at the beginning. It is a complex orchestrator and you will probably spend a lot of time dealing with or finding a solution for a particular problem. I do the same, and I decided to write a series of posts which will cover different Kubernetes features. I will try to post at least two tips in each post. You will be able to find all tips using the tag kube-tips. Expose external service Migrating production workloads to Kubernetes cluster is not easy. You can not just stop all services and start them on the ...